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RA NGER 

1987 



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FRIENDS 



AT TIMES OF NEED 
WHEN YOUR PROBLEM NEVER ENDS 
YOU FEEL DOWN AND LONELY 
THAT'S WHY YOU HAVE FRIENDS 

MY FRIENDS MEAN ALOT TO ME 
I THINK MORE THAN THEY KNOW 
I WISH AT TIMES THEY COULD SEE THIS 
BECAUSE I MIGHT NOT ALWAYS LET IT 
SHOW 

WHEN I THINK OF LEAVING THEM 

IT BRINGS TEARS TO MY EYES 

BUT 1 KNOW THAT THEY'LL BE THERE FOR 

ME 
SO SOMEONE WILL COMFORT MY CRIES 

THEY DON'T KNOW HOW AND WHAT I FEEL 
THEY CANT SEE INSIDE OF ME 
WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER A LONG TIME 
BUT SOMEDAY WE MUST BREAK FREE. 







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We the Class of 1987 dedicate 
this yearbook to Mr. Jarvis for all 
the help and support he has given 
to us in the past three years. 




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JUNIOR PROM 




The Junior Prom was held on 
April 11, 1986 at Diburro's 
Restaurant. 







ORDI NARY DAY 



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Five students were chosen to go to 
the Student Leadership Conference at 
Notre Dame, Indiana, representing 
Methuen High School. 




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FACULTY 



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ADMI NISTRATIO N 




Robert A. Jarvis 
Principal 



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Arthur Nicholson III 
Vice Principal 




Sheila M. Cunningham 
Assistant Principal 



A. Steven Francis 
Assistant Principal 



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ENGLISH 




Lillian Hershfield 
Department Head 











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Elaine Crane 



Shaun Gurry 







Douglas Hallbauer 



Daniel Herlihy 



Thomas Jennings 



Elaine Kevgas 







Ann Marie Krusell 



Lee Longshore 



Andrew Melnicki 



AnnMarie Pinet 



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Jennifer Smith 



Charles Eksoozian 




GUIDANCE 




Alvin Huebner 
Department Head 





Alton Bailey 





Gary Banks 






Diane Climo 



William Cullen 



Adele Demers 



Anthony Sanderson 



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MATH 




Robert Fradette 
Dept. Head 





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Marie Comeau 





Doreen Devine 








Jacqueline Dirsa 







Anne Eckman 



Joanne Gallagher 



Judith Hiller 



Susan McGrath 




Marianne Moran 



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Rhonda Rhumshottel Maureen Troianello 



Frank Yelle 



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Business 




Ruth Lange 
Dept. Head 




Milton Lebowitz 





Patricia Borucki 




Linda Lyons 





Kathy Greene 



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Claire St. Pierre 



Patricia Walsh 



Virginia Wilman 






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Social Studies 




Michael Hughes 
Dept. Head 




Michael McCormick 




Diane Dandretta 





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James Healey 





John Nigrelli 



Frank Rapisardi 



Robert Rosmarino 




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Donald Smith 




David Whiting 




Brian Urquhart 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




Gerald Gagne 
Dept. Head 





Joseph Caruso 






William Connery 



Carol Dufresne 





Karen Hallbauer 



Beverly Taylor 



Kathy VanHorn 



Cindy Wilcock 




Marilyn McDivitt 




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SCIENCE 




William Russell 
Dept. Head 





David Belliveau 





Joseph Forseze 



Roger Fuller 



Peter Mazzaglia 



John Moore 




Daniel Moynihan 





Peter Salemi 




John Ziminski 




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ART 





Barbara Fiorello 
Dept. Head 



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Judith Cade 
Dept. Head 



Denise Benner-Hall 



Maryellen Rancourt 




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ATHLETICS 





William Gosselin 
Dept. Head 





Carol Bailey 



Karen Bergeron 



Larry Klimas 




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COMPUTERS 







Joseph Austin 
Dept. Head 



Steven Sudol 



Mario Pagnoni 



Walter Pare 



Industrial Arts 




Richard Czarnec 
Dept. Head 




Edward Kelley 





Arthur Kosiavelan 




James Shamberger 




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YEARBOOK 
STAFF 

Advisor — Elaine Kevgas 
Staff" — Kim Hebert, Dawn Augusta, 
Anastasia Andromedas, Lisa Chretien, 
Beth Greene, Terry Donovan, Scott 
Petrie, Al DiGennaro, Sean Neel 




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Robyn Abesamra 

Bobbin 
Field Hockey 2,3,4;Inter. Club 
3, Yearbook. 



Geoffrey Abraham 

"Abes" 
Wrestlingl,2,3,Capt.4. 



Lori Allatt 



Pamelyn Allicon 
Pam 

S.A.D.D. 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Sr 
Class Play. 




Sandra Iveliz Alvarado Elizabeth Amiss Robert Andrew Anastasia Andromidas 

Sandy Beth Rob Co-editor Yearbook i;I. S.L.I i. 

Concert Band l,2;Marching band Dance Co. 1,2,3, 4;Powder Fuff Foot- Basketball L,2,3i4;Golf4;Yearbook i 

l,2;Yearbook 4;Co-op business ball 4. 
prog.4. 




Domingo Araujo 



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Lori Arcidiacono 

Softball l,2;Swimming 2,3,4;Honor 
Society 3,4;S.A.D.D. 4;Classplay 
4;Powder Puff Football 4. 




Alberto Arcila 

"Alby" 
Yearbook 4; Wrestling 2; Class Play. 



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Robyn Ares 
Rob 
Drama I; Visual & Graphic Art 
Photography; F.M.C. Modeling; Wo 
Study. 




Dawn M. Arsenault 

Yearbook, 4; Powderpuff Football. 



Dawn Renee Augusta 

I. S.L.I. ,4; Co-editor Yearbook,4. 



Heidi Aukstolis 

"Crash" 
Work Study; Volleyball 1. 



Michelle Avery 




John Axford 

Ax 
Football, 1,2, 3; Wrestling, 1,2,3; 
Track, 1,2. 



Jason Aziz 

"Jay" 
Yearbook,4, Hockey 1,2,3,4. 



Steven Baddour 

Steve 
Jr. & Sr. Class Pres.; S. A.D.D.;Jr. & Sr. 
Tri Capt.; Varsity golf; Var. Tennis; 
Yearbook, 4; Sr. Class Play; Wearing 
the blue and white wig. 



Jacob Bagdoian 

Jasper 




Renee Yuette Bailey 

"Reg" 
Gymnastics 1,2,3. 



Shannon Batal 

Badel 
Co-op. Business; Volleyball, 1 . 



Lori Ann Bauchman 

Concert band 1,2,3,4; Jazz band 2,3,4; 
Marching band 1,2,3,4; Drum major 
3,4; Inter, club 2,3; Nat. Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Jr. district band 1; Sr. 
district band 4; Powder Puff Hockey 
1,2. 



Shane Belanger 
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. 



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Leanne M. BenDavid 


Karen Bijeol 


Jennifer A. Blais 


Scott C. Blondin 


Color Guardl,2,3; Inter. Club 1. 


Dist. Ed. 


Jen 


Blondo 
T.V. Production 3,4. 




Lynette M. Boivin 

Inter. Club 1,2; Senate 2,3; Cor. Sec. 4 
Tennis 2,3,4; Colorguard 1,2,3 
S.A.D.D. 4; Sr. Prom Committee 4 
Yearbook Staff 4; Tenney Preserva 
tion 2; Class Play 4. 



Marianne Bonenfant 

Dist. Ed. 3,4. 



David A. Bousquet Patrick Bower 

Dave Pat 

Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 1,2; Wrestling 3, captain i 
New spaper Staff 3,4. 




Kimberly Ann Broccoli 

Band; Dance Co.; Volleyball. 



John Brochu 

Johnny B 



Kerri Ann Brucato 
Field Hockey 1; Dance Co. 3. 



Nancy Buckland 

Color guard 1,2,3- 



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David Busta 

Dave 



Julia R. Carelli 

"Holia" 
Color Guard 1,2,3. 



Joseph E. Campagna 

Joe 
Cross Country2,4; Winter and Sp. 
Track 1,2,3,4; Skiing 3; Drama Club; 
Yearbook 4, Sr. Class Play; Canada 3; 
Florida Trip 4. 



William P. Caraccio 

Bill Mosquito 
Basketball 1,2; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Nat. Honor Society- 
Historian 2,3,4; Sp. Honor Society 4; 
Inter. Club 4. 



David Carelli 

Dave, "Crash" 
Soccer 4; Wrestling 4; Track 



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Leeann M. Carney 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Dance Co. 
1,3,4; Sr. Class Play 4. 



Chris Cassidy 

"Foz", "Chopper" 



Nicole Catania 
Nickie 
Ski Team 1,2; Dance Co. 1; Drama 
Club 4; Powder Puff Football. 




Candace Catteau 

Candy 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; 
Basketball 1,2. 



Dena Caux 

"Dee" 
Color Guard 1,2,3, capt.' 
Band 2,3,4. 



Brian Chase 

Football 1,2. 



Concert 



Jennifer A. Childs 

Jenna, Giggles 

Inter. Club 2; Model U.N. 3; Color 
guard i; Child Development Intern I 

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Lynn Marie Choquette 

Distributive Ed. 3,4. 



Lisa Chretien 

"Lis" 
Powder Puff 2,4; Yearbook 4. 



Nancy Cianciolo Julie A. Ciarcia 

Honor Society 2,3,4; S.A.D D. 4; Sp. Basketball 1,2,3, co-capt. 4; Volleyball 

Honor Society 4; Inter. Club 2,3,4; 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Softball 1. 
Band I 




Roseann Christina Concemi 

Rose 
Model U.N. ,3; Co-op. Business 
Prog., 4. 

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Gina Marie Contarino 




Tammy J. Cody 
Basketball; Softball; Dist. Ed $,4. 



Patricia E. Coppola 

Roxanne 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Sp. Honor 
Society 4; Inter. Club 2,3,4. 




Jeffrey A. Corbitt 
Jeff 




Sheryl Cormier 

"Shea" 
Cheerleader 2,3, capt. 4; Phi Alpha 
Theta Conference 1,2. 



Michael Cote 



Peggy Courcy 

Powder Puff Football, Dance, Work 
Study. 



Todd C. Couture 

"Cooch" 
Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz band 2,3,4; Sp. 
Track 3,4; Nat. Honor Society 3,4; 
Model U.N.; Sr. Class Play. 




Sean Cuddy Pamela Daigneault 

Football 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Inter, club Pam 

2,3. Dance Co. 1,2. 



Kelly Dalrymple 
"Kef 
Inter, club 2; Child Dev. Intern. 4. 



Michael Davignon 

Mike 

Hockey 1,2,5. 



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Wendy Lee Davis 

"Crash" 
Dance Co. l;Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Arrangers 1,2,3. 



Christina M. Decesare 
Chris, Shorty 
Field Hockey 1.2,3,4; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1,2,3,4; Model U.N. 3. 




Shawn DeChane 

"Animal" 
Drawing I & 11. 



Jerel Anthony Defrancesco 
"Marty Je Man" 




Michelle Demers 

"Shorty" 



Timothy Demonaco 

Football 1; Hockey 1,2,3. 



Robert R. DeNuccio 
Rob 

Wrestling 3. 



Michael Denuzzio Jr. 

Rocky 



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Scott DeSantis 



Shawn Joe Deschene 

Hockey 2. 



Doreen J. Desmet 

"Munch" 
Inter. Club 2,3,4; S.A.D.D. 4. 



John E. Desrosiers Jr. 
JD 




Tim DiFalco 

Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Sp. and Winter 
Track 1,2,3,4. 



Ernest C. DiFiore 

Ernie 
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Sp. 
Track 1,2,3,4; S.A.D.D. Peer Leader 
3,4; Academic Intern. 





Lynn A. DiFruscio 



Alan DiGennaro 

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Track; Drama Club, Pres.4; Senior 
Play; S.A.D.D.. 



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Andrew A. Distefano 

Andy 
Senior Class Play 4. 



Matthew L. Dizoglio 

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Paul E. Doherty 

Dot 
Golf 4; Soccer 1. 

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Melinda Donahue 

Cross Country 4, Co-capt.; Track 1,2; 
Sp. Track 1,2,3,4. 



Terrence Donovan Bethann Dostie 

Terry Beth 

Football l,2,3,tri-capt. -4; Basketball Field Hockey 1. 
1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. 




Thomas L. Douglas Daniel Dowd 

T.D. & Dougy Danny 

Football 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Inter, club Soccer 1. 
3. 



Carla Drouin Christopher M. Drouin 

Inter, club 1,2,3,4; Figure Skating Basketball 1,2,3,4. 
Club 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1; Powder 
Puff Hockey 3,4. 




Dina Elias 
Dina 

Sp. Track 1 ; Dance Co. 1 ; Sr (lass Play 
4; Work Study. 



Donna Hvelyn 
Short little w hite person 



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Dana Marie Farelli 

Homecoming Queen; Disc Ed. 4. 



Pamela Fazio 
Elvira, P.J. Faze 



Carol L. Finocchario 



Timothy P. Flanagan 
Goons 

Golf 3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4. 




Lisa Fluet 

Inter. Club 2,3,4; Senate 11, Pres. 12; 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Arrangers 12; Play 
Director 1,2,3,4; S.A.D.D., Peer 
Leader 3,4; S.A.C. 3; Office Help 12; 
Sp. Inter. Club, Pres. 12. 



Daniel Forrest 

Dan 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dist Ed 



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Mark Fyrer 

Soccer 2,3,4; Golf 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3. 

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Amy Gallagher 



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Josephine Fragola 
Josie 

Drama I . Senior Play 




Lorre A. Fritchy 
Fritch. Ma 
Student Senate 3: S.A.D.D. 2. 
Volleyball I; Ranger Week J.4. 




Wendi J. Gallant 

Wendell 
Inter. Club 2,3,4; Sr. Class Play; Child 
Dev. Intern. 



Thomas Galvin 
Tom 
Football 1,2,3,4; Indoor and Outdoor 
Track 1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Vice Pres. 







Susan Gangi 

Sue 
Sp. Club 2; S.A.D.D. 2; Inter. Club. 3; 
Pep Club 2. 



Lori Garon 

Field Hockey 1,2,3, tri-capt. 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3. 



Richard Gaudet 

Rich 



Donna-Marie Georato 

Volleyball l;Tennis 1,2,3,4; Academic 
Intern. 4; Powder Puff Football 3. 




Len Getchell 

Getch 
Football 1,2,3,4. 



William Giblin 

Gibb 
Hockey 1,2,3,4. 



Robin M. Giuffre 
Rob 
Inter. Club 2,3,4; S.A.D.D. 4. 



Christine A. Golec 

Chrissy 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; 
Softball 1,2. 




Andrew S. Gordon 



Lauren Gorham 

Lau 
Yearbook 4: Drama 4. 



Paula Jean Gorrie 

Diz 
Marching Band, ColorGuard 1,2,3; 
Class Secretary, 1,2. 



Tracy M. Granahan 
Tract- 
Dance Co. 2,3; Cheerleading 2,-i, co- 
capt. 4; Yearbook i 

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Heather Grasso 



Wendy Gray 



Gymnastics 1; Inter. Club 2; Track 3; Inter. Club 1,2. 
Sr. Class Play 4. 



Elizabeth Greene 

Beth 

Inter. Club 1.2,3; Basketball 1,2; 
Cheerleader 3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball; Yearbook 4; Sr. Class Play. 



David S. Grondine 
Dave 
Soccer 1; Academic Intern. 4. 




Cynthia Ann Habib 

Cindy 
Sp., Wr. Track 1,2; Marching, Concert 
Band 1,2,3,4; Inter. Club 1,2,3; Powder 
Puff 4; Drama Club 4; Qtr. mstr. 3; Lions 
Club Band 4; Sr. CI. PI. 4; Model U.N.. 



Brian Hadley 

1 lad's 



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Randy Roy Haggar 

Holt II, Jugs 

Cable 27; Ranger Report 1,2,3.1 Sr 

Class Play; School Announcements 

3,4. 



Christine M. Hailson 
Chrissy 




Carol Hajali 

Haji 

Dance Co. 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 3; Yearbook. 

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Dorothy L. Hall 

Dor 
Gymnastics 1,2; Cheerleading 3; Fr. 
Class Treasurer; Track 1; Sr. Class 
Play. 



Stasia Hall 



Patricia Halloran 

Patty 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Arranger 1,2,3,4; 
Chorus 1,2,3. 




Kathy A. Hannagan 

Kathy 

Model U.N.; Tennis 1,2,3; Powder 

I Puff 3,4; S.A.D.D. 3,4; Peerleader 4; 

Academic Intern. 4; Sr. Class Play 4; 

Student Senate 4; Drama Club 4. 



Arthur L. Hardy III 

"Bo" 
Football 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 3,4. 



Wendi Heath 

Drama 1 ; Band 1 ; Color guard 1 ; Inter, 
club 1,2. 



Kimberly A. Hebert 

Kim 
Photography 2,3,4; Graphic Arts I; 
Ceramics I & II; Visual Arts; Yearbook 
Photography. 




Holly A. Heinz 

"Ho" 
Gymnastics 1; Cheerleading 2,3,4. 



Darren Hennessey 

Tree 
Inter. Club 2; Phi Alpha Theta Histori- 
cal Conference 2. 



Maureen E. Henry 

Moe & Eunice 
Jr. & Sr. Class Treasurer; SMU Leader- 
ship Conference 4; Cheerleading 4; 
Dance Co.; Student Senate 1,2; S.A.C; 
Inter. Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 4. 



Edward J. Higginbottom 

Ed 
Basketball 1; Soccer 1; Var. Tennis 
1,2,3,4; Jr. Class Vice Prcs.; Yearbook 
4; Sr. Class Play; I. S.L.I. 3; SMU Lead- 
ership Conference 4. 




Richard W. Himmer 

Dickv 



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Deborah S. Holland 
Debbie 

Dance Co. 1; Inter Club 1,2,3,4; Sp. 
Honors Society 4. 



Christopher Donovan 

Homsey 

"Home-Boy" 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 

Track 2,3; Baseball 1,4. AJ 




Heather M. Homsey 



William Houser 

Bouser 
Soccer 3,4. 



Lynne Huggan 

Huggies 
Inter, club 2,3; Tennis 3,4. 



Michael J. Hughes 

Mike 
Skiing 1; Soccer 1. 




Laurie Jones 

Lau 



Track 2,3. 



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Marc Jordan 

Jordie 
Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; 
Track 1,2,3,4. 



Robert Joslin 

Bob 



Victor H. Joslin Jr. 
Vic 
Baseball 2,3; Yearbook 4; S.A.D.D 
3,4; Sr. class play 4. 




Dave Kalil 

Mr. Weasal 



Daniel A. Kaminsky 

Dan 
March. Conct., Jazz Band 1,2,3,4; N.E. 
Hon. Band 1,2,3,4; MMEA All Star Band 
1,2,3,4; U-Lowell Hon. Wind Ens., 
Jazz Band 3,4; Lions Club Hon. Band 4; 
Model U.N. 3; Sr. Class Play; Track 2. 



Donald Kane 


Tim Keaney 


Don 


Tim 




Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; In- 




door Track 3,4; Sp. Track 1,2,3,4; 




Honor Society 2,3,4. 




Keith T. Kerman 
K.K. 

! Intern. Chet. Atkins 4; Honor Society 
2,3,4; Track 2,3; Sp. Hon. Society 4; 
Math League 3,4; Inter. Club 4; Model 
U.N. 3,4; Mass. Boys State 3. 



Daniel P. Kiley 
DK, Mad Dog 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 1; Sp. Track 2,3,4. 



Young Kim 

Wild Man 



Jeffrey T. Kinney 

Hockey; Baseball; Sp. Track 



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Mathew A. Kraunelis 

Korn 
Football 1,2,3,4; Sp. Tr.uk 2,3 



Joel Kurchian 

Bomber 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Sp. 

Track 1,2,3,4; Yearbook i; Winter 

Track 5 




Nicole Kuzmitski 

Stick 
Swim. 1,2,3 capt. 4; Softball 
1,2,3,4; Soph. & Jr. Class VP; 
Senate 3; Inter. Club 3; Model U.N. 3; 
Quebec 3; Child Devel. Intern. 
4; Class Play 4; Leadership Conf. 2. 



Bok Kwon 

Bo Bo 



Suzanne LaCroix 

Sue 



Jeffrey N. Laliberty 
Jeff 

Marching and Concert Band l.-.M 
Jazz Band 3,4; Arrangers. 




Mark Laudani 

Daans 



Jennifer A. Lavertue 

Jen 

Figure Skating 1,2,3,4. 



Stefanie J. Leanza 

Steff 
Work Study 4; Drama 3; Photography 
& Ceramics. 



Kathy Lemieux 




Christine Katie Leonard 

Chrissy 
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1; Sr. Play 4. 



Aimee Levi 

Aim 
Ski Club 2; Varsity Soccer 3; Drama 
Club 4. 




Terrence P. Licciardi 

Terry 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Base- 
ball 1; Winter Track 3,4; Sp. Track 
2,3,4. 



Gary J. Lombardi 

Lumpy 




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Kristina Lombardo 

Tina 



Kevin Low 

Kev 



Jennifer Lumb 



Scott T. Mahoney 



Tennis 1,2,3,4. 




Michelle M. Mailloux 

Color Guard 2, capt. 3,4; Senate 3, 
Tres. 4;S.A.D.D. Peer Leader 4; Inter. 
Club 1,2; Public Rel. Co-Chair. 4; Sr. 
Prom Com. 4; Sr. Play Usherette 4; 
Talent Show 2. 



Christopher Marcello 

Little Hustler 



Dave Marcinkevich 

"Cink" 
Hockey 3; Soccer 2, Skiing; Motorcy- 
cling; Car Racing. 



Paula G. Martin 

Dance Co. 1; Colorguard 2,3; Inter. 
Club 1,2,3,4; Senate 4; Sp. Honor 
Society; S.A.D.D. 4; Model U.N.; 
Girls State; Powder Puff Football 3; 
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Suzanne Martin 

Sue 
Visual Arts 1,4; Tenney Preservation 
Society 2; Europe Trip 2. 

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Jeffrey M. Martineau 

Distributive Education 4. 



Eric McAdam 

Track 2 yrs.; D.E.C.A.. 



Edward J. McCabe IV 

Ted 
Marching and Concert Band 1,2; Jazz 
Band 2. 




Maureen B. McCabe 

Mo 
Yearbook 4; Dance Co. 4. 



Lynda McCracken 



Lorie Annette McGill 

Chorus 3; Videotaping Channel 27, 4; 
Working with Special Needs Children 
4. 



Erin T. McGreevy 

Cross Country 1; Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3,4; Senate 
4; Inter. Club 3; S.A.C. 4; S.A.D.D.- 
Peerleader 3,4; Sr. Class Play. 



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Stephan McGuire 

Steve, Barney 
Distributive Ed. 3,4. 



Brian McKenzie 

Mack 
Band 1,2,3,4; Golf 1. 



Rena E. Mello 

Class Officer 3,4 Secretary; Tennis 
2,3,4; Sr. Class Play-"Loreen". 



David J. Michaud 

Weasel 




Lisa Mignault 

Migs 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; 
Softball 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; 
Inter. Club 4; French Honor Society 4. 



Chris Moeckel 



Paul Monayer 



Susan Morall 
Sue 



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Elizabeth Ann Moran 

Betsy 
Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Dance Co. 
2,3,4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Powder Puff 
Football; Model U.N.; Yearbook 4. 



Wendy J. Moran 

Wen 
Dance Company. 



Mike Moran 



David J. Moynihan 
Opie, Opes 

CrossCountry 1,2,3, capt. 4; Winter & 
Sp. Track 1,2,3,4; Academic Intern- 
ship. 




Michael Moynihan 

Mike 



David H. Mullen 

Twisted 



Jonathan Mulrooney 

Jon 
Chorus 1; Soc. 1,2; Arrangers 2,3; Sch. 
Mus. 1,2,3; Sr. PI. Crew 2; Sr. PL; 
Model U.N. J; Boys St. J; Hon. Soc. 
2,3,4; Int. Club 1,4; Sp. Hon. Soc. 4; 
S.A.D.D. 3,4; Drama Club 2,3. VP 4. 



Suzanne L. Nadeau 
Sue 
Sp. Track 1 ; Dance Co. 1 .2. 3. Director 
of Publicity 4; Powder Puff Football l; 
Model U.N. 3; Yearbook 4; S.A.D.D. 
4. 



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Michael K. Naffah 

Mup 
Student Senate Treasurer 1; S.A.D.D. 
3,4; Soph. Class Pres. Inter. Club 
1,2,3,4. 



Filomena Napolitano 

Mena, Minney 



David G. Nasser 

Dave 
Football 1,3,-4; Basketball 1,2; Winter 
Track 3,4; Tennis 2,3.4; Inter. Club 3; 
S.A.D.D. 3,4; School Musical 2. 



Frank Neel 

Buck 

Football 1,2,3,4; Sp. Track l,2,3,4i 

Winter Track 1,2; S.A.D.D.] 

Peerleader -1; Model U.N.. 



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Sean Neel 



Cynthia Nelson 

Cindy 
Band 1; Basketball 1; Tennis 1,2,3, 
S.A.D.D. 4; Honor Society 2,3, 
Field Hockey 2. 



James Niziak 

Niziak 



Karen A. O'Brien 

Basketball 1. 




Tracy A. Ohanian 

Tray, Trace 
Softball, Inter, club 2,3,4; Sp. Honor 
Society 4; Academic Intern. 4. 



Darlene Orlando 

DO 

Basketball 2,3,co. captain 4; Volleyball 
2,3; Track 2,3,4. 



Patricia A. Pacheco 

Patti 



Gina M. Pappalardo 

Cross Country 2; Volleyball 1; Winter 
Track 1,2,3; Sp. Track 1,2; Inter, club 
1. 
















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Leonard Pappalardo 

Frank, Nord 
Football 1; Track 1,2. 



Lisa Paradis Crystal A. Paris 

Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3, tri- S.A.D.D.; Art and Sr. Prom 

capt. 4; Softball l,2,3,capt. 4; Inter. Committee 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 

club 3. Sr. class play. 



Jane Paris 




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Joseph M. Parker 

Joe 
Football 1,2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3, 
capt. 4; Sp. Track 1,2,3,4; Student 
Government Day; Model U.N.. 



Jill M. Parkhurst 

Jillian 
Sen. 1,2,3,4; S.A.C. 1; Int. Club 1,2,4; 
News. Staff 4; Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Fr. 
Hon. Soc. Sec. 4; Ldrs. Sem. 2; Model 
U.N. 3; S.A.D.D.-Peerldr. 4; Sr. CI. 
PI. 4; Math Club 4. 



Eric Patnode 

Douchnode 
Hockey 1,2,3. 




Faith C. Pelletier 



Luz Gisela Perez 
Liz 



Randall Perillo 

Randy 
Football 3,4; Winter and Sp. Track 3,4; 
Baseball 2. 



Michael L. Petreyko 
D.E.C.A. 3,4. 



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Scott Petrie 

Scotty 
Football 1,2,3, capt. 4; Track 2,3,4. 



Steven R. Petrillo 

Stevie Ray, Steve 
Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Sp. 
Track 2,3,4. 



Edward Pietrantoni 



Valerie A. Poirier 

Val 
Pep Club 2; S.A.D.D. 4; Dance Co. 4. 




Michael Pratt Kathryn Pugh 

Mikey Katy 

Cross Country 2,4; Sp. Track 1,2,4; Ski Team 3; Figure Skating 1. 
Winter Track 2,4. 



Jared P. Querrengasser 

J R.i.l 
Yearbook 4. 



Tasha B. Querengasser 



Academic Internship 4. 



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Mike Rademacher 

Rad 
Football l;Basketball l,2;Winter track 
3,4; Sp. Track 1,2,3,4. 



Robin L. Rafferty 

Bobbin 
Senate 2; Powder Puff Hockey and 
Football 3,4;S.A.D.D. Committee 
4;Sr. Play 4. 





Andrew R. Rumondi Paul Anthony Ramirez 

Mondi Taco 

Soccer 1; Wrestling 1; Football 2,3; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 

Skiing 3. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3 Capt.4. 




Amy S. Rapoza 



Edward Ratcliffe Yolanda Rodriguez 

Goat Yo 

Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Basketball Chorus 1,2. 
1,2,3,4. 



Robert M. Roeger 
Bob 
Soccer 1,2,3,4. 



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Maryellen Rosinski 

Mare 
Basketball 1; Dance Co. 1; Drama 
I Club 1,4; Sr. Play 4. 



David Rossell 

Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Boy's State; 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Model U.N. 4; 
Sr. Play 4. 



Allen Michael Rudis 

Baseball 1,2,3 Capt. 4; Basketball 1,2. 



Steve Rutherford 

Stroker Ace 




David D. Sanderson 
Dave 

Hockey 1,2. 



Lisa M. Sarcione 



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Amy Elizabeth Schelthaudt 

Ames 
International club 1.2; Model U.N. 



Arthur Scott 



Christine Neve - Scuderi 
Chrissy 
President 1; Track 1; Inter. Club 1,2; 
Dance Co. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play 4. 



Laureen M. Shamberger 

Sp. Track 1; Dance Co. 1,2,3; 
Secretary 4; Inter. Club 3; S.A.D.D. 
3,4; Yearbook 4; Powder Puff Football 
4. 




Bill Shea 

Billiam 

Football 1,2,3,4. 



Keith B. Shevlin 

Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4; Sp. and Winter 
Track 1,2,3. 



Kristen Shiber 

"Shibes" 
Golf 1,2,3, capt. 4; Skiing 3, capt. 4; 
Fieldhockey 1,2; Softball 3,4; 
S.A.D.D- Peerleader; Senate; S.A.C. 
4; Sr. Play; Powder Puff Football 2,3,4. 



Hyeran Shin 




David Shipulski 

Shipwreck 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2; Kelly. 

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Gina Marie Siggens 

"G" 

Fieldhockey; Softball; Dance Co.; Vice 

President; Powder Puff Football; Inter. 

Club; Yearbook. 



Lawrence F. Silva 

Larry 
Soccer 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; School 
Newspaper 4; S.A.D.D. 3,4; Sp. 
Honor Society 3,4; Skiing. 



Stephen Sipsey 




Tammy L. Spates 

Tag 
Colorguard 1,2,3,4; Figure Skating 
1,2,3, Pres. 4; Inter. Club 2,3. 



Michele Speight 



Eric Sprague 

Spike 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soc- 
cer 3,4. 



Laurie Ann St. Jean 

Lau's 
Softball 1; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Inter. Club 3; S.A.D.D. 4. 




Fred Stafford 

Fred 



Christine L. Stanwood 

Chris 






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Ann Talbot 

Annie 
Powder Puff Football 4; Powder Puff 
Hockey 3. 




Thomas C. Tarness 

Tom 
Football 1. 




Donna Therrien 

Spaz, Dee, Screech 
School Trip to Europe 2; Talent Show 
2; Child Development Intern. 4; Win- 
ter and Sp. Track 4; Sr. Class Play. 



Dannielle Marie Thibodeau 

Thibs 
Inter. Club 3. 



Elizabeth Thoma 

Liz 
Tennis 2,3; Honor Society 2,3, 
Secretary 4; Inter. Club 2; Girls State 
3; Model U.N. 3. 



Traci Thomas 

Trace 
Cheerleading 3,4. 



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Dorie L. Thompson 

Powder Puff Football 3,4; S.A.D.D. 4; 
Dance Co. 4; Senior Class Play 4; 
Model U.N. 3. 



Mike Tiberio 

George 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4. 



Charles Torosian Jr. 

Chuck 



Kelly Torosian 




Michael Toto 

Tito 



Zena K. Touma 



Phong D. Tran 

Nguyen Huy Phong 



Kerri L. Trask 
Chorus 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4. 




Lisa A. Tuminowski Patricia A. Turco 

Figure Skating Club 1; D.E.C.A. Club Patty 

4. Cheerleading 3. 



Robert Valladares 



Shannon M. Vaughan 

Shan 
Cheerleading 2,3,4; Dance Co. 1,2, V 
Yearbook 4. 



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Mark William Veilleux 

Mark 



Peter J. Vicari 

Pistol 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Sp. 
Track 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; 
Drama Club 4; Sr. Class Play 4. 



Maryellen Veins 



Mare 



Jodi Resa Walsh 

Jozie 
Dance Co. 2,3,4; Inter. Club 1,2; Sp. 
Track 1; Model U.N. 3; Figure Skating 
3,4; Drama Club 3,4; S.A.D.D. 4; 
Yearbook 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 




Jason Charles Albert 
Wedge 

Jay 
IHockey 1,2; Soccer 1,2; Student 
Council 1,2. 



Heidi Weshonko 

Softball 1; Basketball 1,2; Track 3; Sp. 
Club 2; Student Council 2. 



Wendy Weston 

Wend 



Chorus 2. 



Neal E. White 

Whitey 
Cross Country 1,2,3, capt. 4; Winter 
and Sp. Track 2,3,4; Honor Society 
3,4. 




Marcy C. Whittaker 

Inter. Club 1,2,3; Track 1; Ski Team 3; 
Sr. Class Play 4. 



Mark S. Wholley 



Julie Jo Williams 

Jules 
Colorguard 1,2; Inter. Club 1,2. 



Christopher Wnek 

Winerack 
Baseball 1,2,3, Tri. capt 4; Soccer 
1,2,3, Co-capt 4; Heavymetal. 

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John Woronka 

Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Winter 
and Sp. Track 2,3,4. 



Paul Yankowski 

Paul 



Kristine Zannini 

"Z" 
Field Hockey 1,2,3, capt. 4; Softball 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Powder Puff 
Foot. 3,4; Model U.N. 3; S.A.D.D.- 
Peerleader 4; Yearbook 4; Play . 



Barbara Zoltko 

Basia 
Figure Skating 1,2,3- 




Paul Trussell 

Trussell 



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SUPERLATIVES 




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KING AND QUEEN 



Steven Petrillo, Maureen Henry 




«£*:• 



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VENUS 

AND 

APOLLO 



Peter Vicari, Gina 
Siggens 




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NICEST EYES 



1 Kerry Brucato, John Axford 




NICEST 
\ SMILE 



Rena Mello, Tom Douglas 

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BEST 
PERSONALITY 



FRIENDLIEST 



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Betsy Moran, Joe 
Parker 







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i BEST FRIENDS 



Paula Martin, Michelle Mailloux 




Chris Wnck, Bill Caraccio 



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SHYEST 




Heidi Weshonko 
Jeff Martineau 




„ ' . * *fct . 



MOST 
TALKATIVE 



Traci Granahan 
Dave Carelli 



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Lauren Shamberger 
Frank Neel 




CUPID'S COUPLE 



FLIRT AND 
CASANOVA 



Sue Gangi 
Chris Homsey 



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BEST DRESSED 



Suzanne Nadeau 
Young Dae Kim 




1 i m m 

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AND 
BABYFACE ' ;_#■ 

Bill Giblin 7^ 

Beth Greene 




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CLASS CLOWNS 




MUTT AND 
JEFF 



Al Arcila 
Dawn Orlando 
Linda DiRamacca 
Mike Rademacher 



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TEACHERS 
PET 



Jennifer Blais, David Moynihan 





MOST 
LIKELY 
TO 
SUCCEED 



Nancy Cianciolo, Keith 
Kerman 



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CLASS ACTORS 




Jonathan Mulrooney, Erin McGreevy 



MOST 
ATHLETIC 



Gene Patnode, Chris Leonard, 
Darlene Orlando 



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DONE MOST FOR 

SCHOOL 



Steve Baddour, Lisa Fluet 



MOST 

SCHOOL 

SPIRIT 

Loire Fritchy, Allen Rudis 




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CLUBS A ND 
ORGANIZATIONS 




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II 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Tom Galvin, Rena Mello, Maureen Henry, Steven Baddour (1 to r) 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




(1 to r) Paul Barraclough, Karen Boynes, Patty Griffin, J.J. Gilbert 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




(1 to r) Bridgette Pelletier, Joel Rogers, Lauren Sanguedolce, David Henry 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




(1 to r) Cindy Sabatino, Esther Potter, Wendy Tamis, Mrs. Bergeron, Advisor, Wendy Forgione 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




(Back, 1 to r) Rob Andrew, Joel Kurchian, Carol Hajali, Dawn Arsenault, Jodi Walsh, Lauren Shamberger, Suzanne Nadeau, (3rd row, 1 to r) 
Anastasia Andromedas, Sandy Alvarados, Kim Hebert, Paula Martin, Lynette Boivin, Christine Golec, Kristine Zannini, Gina Siggens, Dawn 
Augusta, (2nd row, 1 to r) Lisa Chretien, Beth Greene, Laura Gorham, Shannon Vaughan, Maureen McCabe, Betsy Moran, Tracy Granahan, 
(Front row, 1 to r) Steven Baddour, Al Arcila, Jared Querengasser, Jason Aziz, Sean Neel, Bob Roeger 



BLUE AND WHITE STAFF 




(Back 1 to r) Cheryl Caron, Melissa Habesch, James Phelps, Michael Kinsella, Claudine Boie, Laurie Bonnanno, Kristen David, Paula Piccarillo, 
(Front 1 to r) Scott Petrie, Jill Parkhurst, David Rossell, Mrs. Hershfield (advisor), Lawrence Silva, Chris Sciacca 



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I.S.L.I. 




(1 to r) Anastasia Andromedas, Steven Baddour, Al Arcila, Paul Barraclough, Dawn Augusta. 



BUSINESS CO-OP 




(Back, 1 to r) Sandra Alvarado, Maureen McCabe, Lisa Winn, Sharon Derosers, Sherry Scott, Shannon Batal, Valierie Poirier, (Front, 1 to r) 
Roseann Consemi, Mary Ellen Rosinski, Wendy Moran, Carla Drouin, Kathryn Pugh, Jennifer Lavertue. 



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INTERNATIONAL CLUB 




INTERNATIONAL CLUB 

SENIORS 




Top, Al Arcila, (Back, 1 to r) Wendy Gallant, Robyn Giuffre, Jill Parkhurst, Kristen Zannini, Kristen Shiber, Patricia Coppola, Tracy O'Haman, 
Carla Drouin, (Center, 1 to r) Doreen Desmet, Lisa Fluet, Paula Martin, Maureen Henry, David Carelli, Betsy Moran, Michael Nattah, Debbie 
Holland, (Front, 1 to r) Keith Kerman, Larry Silva, Steven Baddour, Nancy Cianciolo, Lisa Mignault, Jonathan Mulrooney 



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NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 




(Back, 1 to r) Lynellen McDonnell, Cynthia Nelson, Lori Bauchman, Patty Coppola, Lori Arcidiocono, Paula Martin, Tara Rossi, David Rossell, 
Keith Kerman, Tim Keaney, Lisa Simili, K. Elias, Laura Parker, Marc Licciardi, Lisa Mignault, (2nd, 1 to r) Mr. Peter Mazzaglia, advisor, Sue Ryan, 
Marybeth Fleming, Kristen Nitto, Tessa Quakers, Michelle Chamberlin, Leslie Topham, Sheri Lacroix, Kathy Lahey, Julie Guilmette, Kelly 
Halloran, Patti Griffin, Kristen David, Scott Moore, Jim Salvo, Mark Bleczinski, (3rd row, 1 to r) John Ford, Michael Piessens, Jill Parkhurst, Lisa 
Menasian, Melissa Nemiccola, Dan Shea, Eric Barry, Eric Mader, Stan Puzniak, Ray Veno, (Front, 1 to r) Officers Peter Vicari, Nancy Cianciolo, 
Liz Thoma, Dan Leahy 

FRENCH AND SPANISH 
HONOR SOCIETY 




(Back, 1 to r) Jill Parkhurst, Lisa Mignault, Debbie Holland, Tim Keaney, Larry Silva (Front, I to r) Tracy O'Hanian, Patricia Coppola, Paula Martin, 
Peter Vicari, Nancy Cianciolo, Keith Kerman 



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DA NCE COMP A NY 




(Back, 1 to r) Erin Vaughan, Tracey Moore, Holly Markeyjodi Walsh, Beth Amiss, DorieThompon, Kathy Hannagan, Esther Potter, (Middle, 1 to 
r) Kathy Farrell, Leanne Carney, (Front, 1 to r) Betsy Moran, Gina Siggens, Carol Hajali, Lauren Shamberger, Sue Nadeau 



ARR A NGERS 




(Back, 1 to r)TinaTorissi, Patti Halloran, Kristi Murray, Maria Shute, Danielle Bergeron, (Middle 1 to r) Traci Hamilton, Joel Rogers, Lisa Fluet, 
Tim Puchtler, Tara Rossi, (Front, 1 to r) Raina Curran, Nancy Segal 



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CONCERT BAND 




(Back, 1 to r) Mona McGraw, Rob Chase, John Schmottlach, Donna Brooks, Joel Rodgers, Debbie Segal, Stacey Anthony, Paula Torroneo, Jay 
Anthony, Arthur Bailey, (Middle, 1 to r) April Naylor, Cris McAndrew, Donna Charest, Nicole Valkie, Joe Guiffre, Michael Godin, Andrew 
Bolduc, Joe Brown, Eric Baker, (Front, 1 to r) TriciaThundstrum, Carrie Doucette, Nadine Archambault, Dan Kaminsky, Lori Bauchman, Lisa 
Fluet, Donna Guiffre, Carrie Garon, Kristen Kaatz, Melissa Nemiccola 



DRAMA CLUB 




(Back, 1 to r) Kristen Shiber, Alan DiGenarro, Steven Baddour, Tammy Cintron, Tara Rossi, (Center, 1 to r) Kristine Zannini, Tracy Moore, Cindy 
Agnew, Esther Potter, Joel Rodgers, Danielle Bergeron, (Front, 1 to r) Peter Vicari, Al Arcila 



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JAZZ BAND 




(Back row, 1 to r) Debbie Segal, Mona McGraw, Chrissy McAndrew,John Schmottlach, Arthur Bailey, Lori Bauchman, April Naylor( Front row, 1 
to r) Joe Brown, Dan Kaminsky, Jared Querengasser, Joe Giuffre, Joel Rodgers, Stacey Anthony 



FIGURE SKATI NG CLUB 




(Back, 1 to r) Kim Lavoie, Monica Kelleher, Melissa Nemiccola, (Front, 1 to r) Pam Romanelli, Roxanne Shannon, Kristen Kaatz, Julie Amore, 
Marybeth Magrow 



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STUDE NT SE NATE 




(Back, 1 to r) Wanda Rodriguez, Tammy Cintron, Raina Curran, Todd Stanganelli, Marc Forget, Kelly Sheehan, Laura Parker, Roger Maroun, 
Kristen Shiber, (Front, 1 to r) Michelle Chamberlin, Tracy Moore, Lynette Boivin, Paula Martin, Lisa Fluet, Christine Durso 



SENATE OFFICERS 




(1 to r) Lisa Fluet, Tracy Moore, Lynette Boivin, Paula Martin 



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MEDIA CENTER AIDES 




(L to r) Gina Sanguedolce, Patti Keleher, Robin Giuffre 



WORK STUDY 




(Back, 1 to r) John DesRoche, Jason Wedge, Kevin Dizoba, Dave Busta, Gary Lombardi, Jamie Iannalfo, Fred Stafford, Joe Aiello, Scott 
Montanez, Mike Houle, (Middle, 1 to r) Mr. Richard Brain, Advisor, Shaun Deshane, Steve Rutherford, Jeff Kinney, Amy Rapoza, Chris 
DiZoglio, Cheryl Dow, Paul Comtois, Jeff Schembri, Tony DiPietro, (Front, 1 to r) Mark Veilleux, Dina Elias, Kerry Kusnierski, Heidi Aukstolis, 
Julia Carelli, Danielle Corsaro, Karen Bijeol 



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ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP 




(Back, I to r) Jane Paris, Wendy Heath, Patricia Coppola, Mr. Fiorentini, Advisor, David Grondine, Tracy O'Hanian, Michael Naffah, Keith 
Kerman, (Front, 1 to r) Dorothy Hall, Ernie DiFiore, David Moynihan, Donna Georato, Kathleen Hannagan, Monica Keleher 



CHILD DE VELOPME NT 
INTERNSHIP 




(L to r) Jennifer Childs, Wendy Gallant, Nicole Kuzmitski, Donna Thernen, Holly Heinz 



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DISTRIBUTIVE ED 




Senior members — Alan DiGennaro, Ann Talbot, May Ellen Viens, Tammy Cody, Nancy Buckland, Petty Turco, Mark Wholley, Lenny Getchell, 
Dave Sanderson, Jeff Martineau, Steve McGuire, Bill Toto, Scott DeSantis, Dana Farelli, Tina Lombardo 



OFFICE HELP 




(L to r) Shannon Batal, Valerie Porier, Jennifer Lavertue, Carla Drouin, Lisa Fluet, Cindy Agnew, Robin Giuffre 



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SADD — PEER MEMBERS 




(Back, 1 to r) Kathy Hannagan, Steve Baddour, Frank Neel, Ernie DiFiore (3rd row, 1 to r) AnnTremblay, Amy Bleczinski, Kim Licciardi, Kristen 
Nitto, Karen Breen, Mark Hecht, Jason Crago, Stacy Drummond, Donna Brooks, (2nd row, 1 to r) Stacy Bistany, Kathy McCabe, Paula Martin, 
Michelle Mailloux, Kristen Zannini, Esther Potter, Cindy Sabatino, (First row, 1 to r) Carol Lister, Patti Griffin, Kelly Halloran, Gina Ducharme, 
Lynn Hajjar 



SADD — ART COMMITTEE 




(Back, 1 to r) Shannon Doran, Lisa Butterworth, Lori Hester, Jessica Hurley, Heather Hamel, Katya Kuntamakkala. ( Middle, I to r) Debbie Morin, 
Stephenie Koza, Erica Rachella, Nadine Archambault, Jeanine Gagnon, ( Front, I to r) Valerie Poirier, Jennifer Pomphret, Robin Rafferty, Crystal 
Paris 



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SADD PUBLIC RELATIONS 

COMMITTEE 




(Back 1 to r)Jodi Walsh, Lauren Shamberger, Sean Collins, Ernie DiFiore, DaveTractenberg, (2nd row, 1 to r) Raina Curran, Katie Bistany, Anne 
Trembley, John Schmottlach, Kathy Hannagan, Lori Arcidiacono, (Front, 1 to r) Esther Potter, Valerie Poirier, Suzanne Nadeau, Michelle 
Mailloux, Dorie Thompson, Laurie Fritchie 



SADD MEMBERS 




(L to r) Cindy Nelson, Kathy Hannagan, Lori Arcidiacono, Michelle Mailloux, Laurie Fritschy, Valerie Poirier, Jodi Walsh, Lauren Shamberger, 
Dorie Thompson, Suzanne Nadeau, Ernie DiFiore 



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SPORTS 




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FIELD HOCKEY 

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— - US 










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(Back, 1 to r) Miss Carol Bailey, Coach, Jodi Salvo, Chris Golec, Erin O'Neil, Pam Moran. Li:i 
Mignault, Paula Picarillo, Candi Catteau, Karen Zraket, (Front, 1 to r) Lee Ann Carney, Rob:' 
Abesamra, Gina Siggens, Lisa Paradis, Lori Garon, Kris Zannini, Colleen Parah, Chris DeCesail 



VOLLEYBALL 




(Back, I tor)RainaCurran, Wendy Tamis, Wendy Forgione, Lauren Sanguedolce, (2nd, I tor) Karen 
Feole, Carrie Belanger, Chris D'Urso, Karla Homsey, Coach Don Smith, (Front, I to r) Marybeth 
Fleming, Julie Ciarcia, Jill lannucilli, Kathy Hennessey, Trisha Murray, Chris Leonard 



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GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 





" 8' ML** 




(Top, 1 to r) Coach Doreen Devine, Lisa Lonardo, Jennifer Jordan, Becky Smith, Amy Wlodyka, 
Stephenie Ryan, (Bottom, 1 to r) Julie Guilmette, Shauna Crafton, Stacy Pearson, Melinda Donahue 



BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 




*$**' 




(Back, 1 to r) Tim Carney, Sean Kiley, Sule Ibraheem, Neal White, Tim DiFalco, David Moynihan, 
Keith Shevlin, Joe Campagna, Mike Pratt, Roger Fuller, Coach, (Front, 1 to r) Dan Lahey, Eric 
Dechane, Dennis Banks, Jon Wlodyka, Dave Marsh, Rob DiFalco 



SWIM TEAM 




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(Back, 1 to r) Elaine Maillot, Jen Hurley, Bridget Pelletier. Nicole Marotta, Nicole Kuzmitski, Laura 
Tombarelli, (2nd row 1 to r) Jessica Hurley, Karen Saliba, Katie Godin, Kristen Boutin. Judy 
Emmert, Katie Fox, Coach Cronin, (3rd row, 1 to r) Elizabeth Cuneen, Laurie Arcidiacono, Heather' 
Lambert, Debbie LeBlanc, Sandi Sprague, Christine Kun, Nicole Field, Nancy L'Heureux, VC'endy 
Gould 




(Back, I to r) Sean Collins, Eric Sprague, Mark Fyrer, Bob Roeger, Chris Vale/. (2ml I to r) John Hcrsey, Ray 
Veno, Jeff Lima, Kosta Kyriakoulis, Bill Caraccio, Dave Carelli, Dave Rossell, Co-captains Pete Vicari and 
Chris Wnek 

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FOOTBALL 




702 



(Back. 1 to r) Scott Blaney, Coach. Dave Mambro, Sean Gallagher, Steve Chase, Brian Bilodeau, Tom Galvin, Pat Keough, Mark 
Kelleher, Bnan Kuchar, (4th row. I to r) Mike Costello, Danny Getchell, Rachy Talbot, Bill Hitchmoth. Chris Max. Mike Bates, Todd 
Niziak, Matt Donovan, Gino DiFiore, Keith Neel, Dan Ford, Gene Patnode. (3rd row. 1 to r) Bill Blood, Coach, Dan Kiley. Dana 
Miele, Kevin McCaffrey, Jimmy Guide, Ralph YX'oekel, Tim Ford, Kurt Medugno, Fred Torrisi, Sean McCarthy. Jason Como. Sean 
Cyr, (2nd row, 1 to r) Mr. Larry Klimas. Coach, Joe Parker, Chris Homsey. Tern* Licciardi. Mike Drouin. John Woronkajohn Batts. 
Kevin Carpenito, Mark Licciardi, Steve Feole, Derek Robillard, Randy Penllo, Mitch Halloran, Tony Castro, Arthur Hardy iFronr 
row, 1 to r) Lenny Getchell, Steve Petrillo, Paul Rameriz. Shane Belanger, Joel Kurchin, Scott Petrie, Dave Shipulski, Terry 
Donovan, Marc Jordan, Tim Keaney, John Axford. Bill Shea, Mart Krunelis. Dave Nasser 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




(Back, I (o r) Erin O'Neil, Lynn Turchi, Coach.Jodi Salvo, Lynellen McDonnell. Hcachcr Max, Mimi Hyde-Stoti, Head Coach, Susan 
Ryan, (Middle, 1 to r) Karen Zraket. Donna Berryman, Marybeih Fleming, Gina Ducharmc. Pam Moran. (From, 1 10 r) Darlcnc 
Orlando, Julie Ciarcia 



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(Back 1 to r) Dan Kiley, John Bates, Chris Drouin, Ed RadclirYe. Terry Donovan. Dan Forest. Mike 
Wall, Dean Salvo, (Front, 1 to r) Rob Andrew, Kevin Carpenito, Ryan Zannini. Arthur Hardy, Mike 
Sirmaiien, Mike Stallone 



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WRESTLING 




(Back, 1 to r) Dave Gusulli, Coach, Jeff Becotte, Kevin McCaffrey, Geoff Abraham, Chris Homsey, Pat 
Keough, Pat Bowers, Mike Tiberio, Dave Carelli, (Front, 1 to r) Jeff Lee, Kevin Niceforo, Sean Kiley, F.nc 
Mader, Andy Bolduc, Jim Jascott, David St. Jean, Robert Fitzgerald, Coach 

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GIRLS' INDOOR TRACK 




(Back. I to r) Sandy Sprague, Diane Habib, Dawn Baker. Natalie Troia. Shannon Doran, Bill BlooJ, Coach. (3rd. I to r I Shelly Salois. 
Kim Licciardi, Karhy Hennesey. Sue Keith. Jenniferjordan. (2nd. I to r) Becky Smith. Judy Emmert. Julie Guilmerte. Tessa Qualters. 
Tricia Cuddy, Lisa Lonardo, (Front I to r) Chris Leonard. Melinda Donahue. Donna Therrien 



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(Back, 1 to r) Shane Palmer, Cran; Hostcrman. Scan Cyr, Scan Gallagher, Dave Nassar, Scan McCarthy. Randy Pcrillo, Dam Miell , Jim Salvo, 
Derek Robillard, Marc Licciardi, Matt Donovan, Steve Feole, Brian Kuchar (2nd row I to rl Pat Met inh) I >avi I >> lli( olli, Tim Flanag ■ 
Galvin. Chris Max, Tony Castro, Mike Rademachcr. Ernie DiFlOre, Si ott Moore, Keith Neel. Joe Campa>>na. Ralph Woekel. Bill Hitchm. >l 
Benson, (Front. I to r) Scott Pecrie, Sean Douglas. F.nc M( Adam. Paul Ramirez. Terry Licciardi, Joe Parker. Tim Kcany. Ricky Tallx)t, Dan Dri* oil, 
John Woronka 

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GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 




The girls' gymnastics team was very suc- 
cessful this year. Our captain, Wendy 
Gould, led the team to many exciting wins. 
The team was very ambitious and had a lot 
of enthusiasm. 

Our coaches were Pam Earley and 
Cheryl Sprague. They were the best 
coaches the team could ever have asked 
for. 

We had a great season and hope to make 
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(Back, 1 to r) Tony Masucci, Assistant Coach, Christopher Sciacca, Mike- Piessens, Mike Sanvillc, J.J. Gilbert, 
Jeff DeLucia, Sean Neel, Captain, Tony Franciosa, Coach, (Front, I to r) Sean Collins, Scott Delaback, John 
Ford 

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(Back, 1 to r) Jeff Lima, Mike Ricci, Steve Jankulski, Marc Jordan, Erik Sprague, Dan Ford, Curt 
Mudugno, Paul Barraclough, Paul Welnick, Jeff Kinney, (Front, 1 to r) Fred Torrisi, Brian Pekarski, 
Steve Petrillo, Gene Patnode, Dave Shipulski, Peter Vicari, Jason Aziz, Billy Giblin. Mike Drouin, 
Tim Ford 



SKI TEAM 




Donna Brooks, Tom Pappalardo, Mary Ellen Carpenter, Lance Ouelette, Kristen Shiber, Captain, Sharon 
Bleczinski, Donald Salmon, Captain, Amy Bleczinski, Jason Crago, Jay Anthony, Colleen Parahjen Wicks, 
Nicole Gallant, Paula Picarillo, Heather Galvin, Tim Lambert, Jeff Brouck, Dana Dahill, Fred Gorham, Chris 
Campo, Nancy Rogan, Coach, Missing — Britt Snodgrass ^ j * 



SOFTBALL 




(Back, 1 to r) Dan Habib, Coach, Marybeth Fleming, Maureen Jozokos. Lynellen NkDonnell, 
Donna Berryman, Tncia Murray, Jill Sestini, Diane Habib (Front, 1 to r) Paula Piccarillo, Gina 
Siggens, Lisa Paradis, Erin McGreevy, Kris Zannini, Pam Moran, Karen Zraket 



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Back 1 to r) Coach Bill Blood, Chris Wnek, Bill Caraccio, Paul Ramirez, Eric Sprague, Chris Homscy Alan 
ludii. Rich Went, Assistant Coach Andy Miner, (Front, 1 to r) Tim Flanagan, Kcv.n Carpemto, Kev.n 



Niceforo, Marc DiZoglio, David Bueno 



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GIRLS' TENNIS 




(Back, 1 to r) Donna Brooks, Natalie Troia, Karla Homsey, Bridget Pelletier, Sharon Bleczinski, 
Erica Raschella, Paul Noiseux, Coach, (Front, 1 to r) Gail Cyr, Michelle Fitzwater, Nicole Matotta, 
Heather Galvin, Robin Palmeri 



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(Back, 1 to r) Coach Don Smith, Larry Silva, David Nasser, Scott Mahoney, Gene Patnode, Tom Douglas, 
Steve Baddour, (Front, 1 to r) Jerry Anderson, Seung Park, David Henry, Jeff Ruhmann 

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Andrew, Sandy Sprague, Sue Boucher. Kathy Turon>s. (3rd row. I to r) Scephan.e Ryan. ^' h > H £"«^ M"™ ',' ™ JJ ulJ) 

TurZs. (Front.' 1 to r> Darlene Orlando. Julie Carca. Mr. Francs Molesso. Coach, Chns Leonard, lasa Unardo 



CHEERLEADERS 




(Back 1 to r) Eileen St Laurent Dawn Orlando, Donna Getchell, Karen Breen, Michelle' Wlodyka, Katie Meredith, Martha Uvigne, Jennifer 
Benanti, Amy Bellwood (2nd, I to r) Beth Greene, Betsy Moran. Shannon Vaughan. Maureen Henry, Holly Heinz, Tracy Thomas, Co-captains 
Tracy Granahan and Sheryl Cormier 

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PARENTS' MESSAGES 

TO: OUR DAUGHTER ROBYN 

Though you came to us rather late in life, 
You've always been worth the toil and strife 
May you persevere, attain your goals, 
And always be our youngest and brightest " 

LOVE 
FROM: MOM, DAD,AND FAMILY 

TO: LORI BAUCHMAN A 

To a very special daughter. You have given us many 
happy times and memories. You have worked very 
hard, and we hope your future brings you everything 
you want. We are very proud of you. 

LOVE, 
FROM: MOM AND DAD 

TO: DAVID CARELLI ^^^^ 

To Dave, our son, our teen-age boy, ^^^^^ 

Who's always been a source of joy. 

We wish you love, we wish you health, 

But more than that, we wish you wealtnT^' 

TO: CHRIS CASSIDY 

To a special boy, alias "Fozzie Bear." "Chopper," 
"Keechie Bear," and our special "little duck pal." Your 
customers loved and respected you for all your won- 
derful qualities. You are kind, sensitive and talented. 
Go always by the Golden Rule, have confidence in 
yourself and trust in God. May all your dreams come 
true. Be happy, but be yourself. From your best friend. 

LOVE, 
MA 

TO: NICOLE CATANIA 

To our darling daughter Nicole, you're all grown up 
and what a lovely young lady you've turned out to be. 
We are so very proud of you and wish you life's 
greatest joy — love and peace within your heart. May 
all your dreams come true, Nicole. 

WITH ALL OUR LOVE, 
MOM AND DAD 



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PARENTS' MESSAGES 



TO: ROBERT DE NUCCIO 

You are now the captain of your own ship. Do your 
part to make this country greater than when you were 
born. You have given us a lot of love and joy. We are 
very proud of you and love you very much. 

MOM AND DAD 

TO: SCOTT DESANTIS 
Be Happy! You are loved. 

MOM AND DAD 

TO: PAUL DOHERTY 

Congratulations, Paul! We love you much! 

MOM AND DAD 

TO: LISA M. FLUET 

Congratulations, Lisa! Believe in yourself; . . . Keep 
your goals in sight . . . and never stop trying. I'm very 
proud of the young woman you're becoming. 

ALL MY LOVE, 
MOM 

TO: THOMAS GALVIN 

Tommy, you have made us very proud of you always. 

LOVE, 
MOM AND DAD 

TO: TRACY GRANAHAN 

Tracy, hope your future spoils you as much as we have. 
We are proud of you for hanging in there. 

LOVE, 
MOM AND DAD 

TO: WENDI HEATH 
Best of health and happiness 
For all your years — Good Luck 

MOM, DAD, JACQUE, AND KATHY 

TO: KIMBERLY HEBERT 

Dear Kim, 

We hope your future years will be as happy as your past 

years have made us. May your artistic ability and love 

of photography help you in whatever you may decide 

to embark upon. 

L..- A LOVE ALW 

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TO: TERRY LICCIARDI 

You're a keepsake of pure gold 
You have made life a pleasure, 
You're engraved in our hearts 
And you'll be there forever. 

We love you, Tejii* 
MOM, DAD, MARC, KIM ANfll 

TO: MICHELLE MARIE MAILLOUX 
Deep in ouoffi^arts lies a treasure, 
More precious than silver or gold; 
We nurtureaana fovea and found pi 
And watched her attain all her goals. 

ichelle — please be strong, seek ye 
Be attentive to all God has destin 
Your rewards will be more than produc 
Believing makes ALL dreams come true 



Love and congratulation 







TO: PAULA MARTIN 

ongratulations, Paula! You've brought 
joy and love to us. We're so very proud of 
know that the future holds all the best of love 
and happiness for you. 



TO: FRANK AND SEAN NEEL 

Be the best you can and face the future 
termination, perseverance, and a Neel 

WE LOVE YOU 

TO: GENE AND ERIC PATNODE 

My sons, you have doubled our pleasure and we are so 
very proud of you. Thanks for the good times and even 
the bad times, but most of all for always allowing us to 
be part of your lives. 

CONGRATULATIONS — LOVE 
MOM AND DAD 







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TO: LUZ G. PEREZ 

We congratulate you on your high school graduation 
day for your excellent work. We hope all your goals 
will be achieved. 

GOD BLESS YOU. 
MOTHER AND BROTHER 

TO: STEVE PETRILLO 

Congratulations on your success at Methuen High 
School. Your destiny is a matter of choice, not chance. 
Keep up the good work. We're proud of you. 

MOM AND DAD 

TO: KERRI TRASK «gtf 

Kerri, the best and most beautiful things ki the world 
cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt 
with the heart. *&%. 

LOVE 
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You have made me happy and proud. May^your deter- 
mination be your guide to success. I'm sure the love 
you give will bring you much happiness. 

I LOVE YOU 
MOM 

TO: JULIE JO WILLIAMS 

We wish you and all your friends and classmates a very 

happy, healthy and succesful future. 

MOM AND DAD 

^KRISTINE ZANNINI 
Kris, "Hold on to your dreams" and your future will be 
happiness! 

WE LOVE YOU 
MOM AND DAD 







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WISHES THE CLASS OF 1987 
GOOD LUCK! 



IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GENERAL MORTGAGE MARKET CONDITIONS OR IF YOU 
SIMPLY WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH ON TODAY'S MARKET. 

CONTACT ONE OF OUR PROFESSIONAL 
STAFF MEMBERS AT NO OBLIGATION. 



Ronald Messina 




Deborah Faucher 


Diane M. Corriveau 


Ralph G. Fillipon 


Mimi Hyde-Stott 


John J. Lahan 


William R. Harrison 


Chip Stott 


Ann Marie Pizzano Krusell 


John Feather 


Carman lannuccilli 


David E. Ross 


Peter M. Krusell, Broker 


Don Laliberte 


Karen Savary 


Shirley M. Sharpe 


Ed Bloom 


Robert P. Foster Jr. 






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Andover • Lawrence • Methuen • N. Andover 
687-1131 



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23 Pine Street 
Methuen, Ma 01844 



Hampshire Road Self-Storage 

9 Hampshire Road 

Salem, N. H. 03079 



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SPARKY SPORTS 

Complete Team Outfitting 
Custom Silk Screening & Embroidery 



Mark S Farnham 



300 Broadway 
Methuen, MA 01844 



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General Dentistry 



266 Broadway 

Methuen, Massachusetts 01844 



(617) 687-2100 



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Super Swirl 

211 Merrimack St. 

Pleasant Valley, Methuen, MA 



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In Quality Without 
A Difference In 
Price. 

686-3806 

381 387 Essex St. 

Lawrence 

Open Daily to 530 p.m. 

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Studio of Photography 

Complete Photographic Service 

466 Lowell Street 
Route 110 
Methuen, MA 01844 



Dick Charity 
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ASSOCIATION WISHES TO EXTEND 
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 
ALL THE GRADUATING ATHLETES AND THE 
CLASS OF 1987 




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176 Pelham Street 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Exit 21 Route 93 
(617) 686-4715 



Wholesale fuel, oil & 1-K Kerosene 

Retail 1-K Kerosene & Diesel (Winterized) 

Retail Gulf Gasoline 

Groceries 

Numbers Game - Megabucks 

Propane Station & Propane Supplies 

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Salem Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. 
23 So. Broadway/Salem, NH 03079 
Telephone (603) 898-5916 






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PRICE IS THE BEST REASON TO SHOP NASSAR! 

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serving the Merrimack Valley with fine quality Ford automobiles 
at the lowest possible price. As we pass through the 1980's our 
pledge is to uphold that tradition. Now, more than ever we want 
to serve you better. Stop in to see us soon. 



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During all NFL games Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays 
FREE Pizza, Chicken Wing Dings and Onion Rings 

• Fully air-conditioned • Large screen TV 

• All sport channels • All quality hot sandwiches 

• A complete line of appetizers * Imported and domestic liquors 

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clean, dependable, low-cost gas service for 
heating, water heating, cooking and clothes 
drying. We provide natural gas service to 
homeowners along our mains and propane 
gas service beyond the mains. Regardless 
of where you live, you can enjoy the 
benefits of gas. 

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Complete Driver Ed. Course available 



Berkeley Auto School 

51 A Berkeley Street - Lawrence, Massachusetts 

JOHN E. CUTHBERT, 

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'■lowers & Plants For Every Occasion 



(617)683-5203 



347 Pelham Stret 
Methuen, MA 0184 




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COLONY PROVISION CO., INC. 

SPECIALIZING IN MEATS & ITALIAN STYLE PORK PRODUCTS 




1 FAIR OAKS AVE 



METHUEN, MASS. 



TO: JOEL AND SHANNON 
WHO ARE THERE WHEN 
WE NEED THEM. YOU 
ARE AN IMPORTANT 
PART OF OUR LIVES 
AND WE'RE ALL 
WISHING YOU A 

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CLASS OF 1987 

FROM THE 

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Serving *« Norttwast 



Pleasant View 
Nursery 

Wholesale Nursery Distributors 
Serving the Northeast 

• Distributors of Nursery Stock 

• Design — Concepts 

• Specializing in Plant locating 

1 16 Pleasant Valley St. (Rte. 1 13) 

Methuen, MA 01844 

(617)685-6699 



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METHUEN, MA 01844 



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LAWRENCE. MA 01840 



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REAL ESTATE 

466 Lowell St. 

METHUEN. MA 01844 

(617) 688-7776 






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Manager K Owner 

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171 Pelham Street • Methuen. Massachusetts • 683 2945 



Apples. Cider Pears 





65 Piessjnt Valley Street 
vt-.r Mass ■-«< 

''eiephone 6'7'683 036t 



DAHCR'I 

METHUEN - ANDOVER 







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Law-Lor Contracting, Inc. 





ROYAL REALTY. INC. ROYAL CONDOMINIUM SAL 
ROYAL COUNTRY HOMES. INC. (N.H.) 

250 Pleasant Street. Methuen, MA 018' 



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THOMAS P. TORRISI D.D.S. 
JOSEPH BENINATO D.M.D. 




LAWRENCE 683-2365 
LOWELL 452-0541 
BOSTON 247-4106 



SILVA TENT 6t AWNING CO., INC. 
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KERMAN, 

KERMAN & 

KERMAN 

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f Street 
Methuen, Massachusetts 01 
Tel. (1^5066 

Atty. Norman Kerman 
Atty. Shirley M. Kcrma 
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Styling Shop 



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Lawrence, MA 01840 



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SATURDAY 8-12 
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METHUEN • LAWRENCE 

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THE ONLY CENTURY 21 REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN METHUEN 



Equal Housing Opportunity 

188 BROADWAY 
METHUEN 



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635 BROADWAY 

LAWRENCE. MASS. 01841 

PHONE 682-7517 



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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD AZIZ 

MR. AND MRS. EDMUND BERARD 

MR GARY BANKS 

MR. AND MRS. JUSTIN CHILDS 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT FRADETTE 

MR. AND MRS. PHILIP HENRY 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH HERSHFIELD 

MR. ROBERT A. JARVIS 

MR. THOMAS J. JENNINGS 

MR. ANDREW S. MELNICKI 

MS. CAROL A. MOYNIHAN 

MR. AND MRS. GERARD NADEAU 

MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR NICHOLSON 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH PI NET 



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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Austin, III 
Ms. Cindy Aziz 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bohne 
Tammy, Tricia, and Tracey Boru 
Cafeteria Staff 
Ms. Demers and Mr. Cullen 
Mrs. Marilyn Dufton 
Mr. Durso 

Rev. Mr. Gerard E. Gagne 
Mr. Michael Hughes 
Mrs. Ann Marie Krusell 
Mrs. Lynda Lyons 
Mr. Mario Pag 
Mr. Walter Pare 
Ms. Susan Ros 
jfMs. Debbie Siggens 
Ms. Kelly Siggens 
Mr. Donald M. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simonian 
Ms. Patricia Walsh 




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CLASS HISTORY 

We the Class of 1987 entered Methuen High hopeful and ready for new challenges. Our first days were fillec 
with confusion as we struggled to find which way was up (or North and South) and figure out what all those 
letters painted on the walls meant. After a couple of weeks we finally got settled down and elected our first class 



- President, Nicole Ku 




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Gorrie — Secretary. Our Freshman 
boys' spring track teams making or b 
Lisa Mignault, Kristen Shiber, and 
more class officers. They were: M 
Presidents, Lisa Fluet — Treasurer, 'and Paul 

The fall sports season brought its Siare of e 
way to the Super Bowl for the first time eve 
Rangers but were not able to hold off Plymo 

Sophomore Jon Mulrooney began to mak< 
portrayed Nicely-Nicely ii phe schoollnusical "< 
faces — Steve Baddout — President, Ed Higgi; 
Rena Mello — SecretadM 

When we arrived at MHS after a short summei 
classrooms and isolating corner rooms. We were 
raise our SAT's - they did neither, but they seerm 
fall in the first round to Salem 1-0. Juniors playin 
Bill Caraccio. The girls' basketball team was und 



ski — Vice President, Dorothy Hall — Treasurer, and Paula 

had tough times, with only the football girls' basketball, and 

. Three freshman girls played on the varsity field hockey team: 

The end of the year finally came, and we elected our sopho- 

President, Betsy Moran and Nichole Kuzmitski, co-Vice- 

Gorrie -I— Secretary. 

itement when the Methuen High football team made it all the 
Sophomores Scott Petrie and Terry Donovan played for the 
h Carver — Methuen lost 14 to 12. 

his presence known on the Methuen High stage when he 

uys and Dolls." Thejunior class elections brought in a few new 

ottom — Vice-President, Maureen Henry — Treasurer; and 



e were startled to see these tall, tan things dividing every four 
Id that these were the newliMlwiiBPw^wW^^uc^Q^iseand 
to be here to stay. The soccer team reached the stateTonr^^H 
tor the team were Pete Vicar i, Chris Wnek, Bob Roeger and 
eated and went on to win the Division One State Champion- 



ship led by the twin towers Darlene Orlando andlfulie Ciarcia. The candidates for Girls' State and Boys' State 



were chosen. They were Steve Baddour, Dave R 
Higginbottom who all went Boys' State at Bentle 
attended Girls' State at Bridgewater State Colleg 
time was had by all, though there were more peo 
DiBurro's. We elected our Senior Class officers. 



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ell, Jon Mulrooney, Tim Flanagan, Keith Kerman, and Ed 
College. Nancy Cianciolo, Paula Martin, and Liz Thoma all 
Thejunior semi-formal was held at DiBurro's, and a good 
at Al Arcilla's beach cotrlpWfcer the prom than had been at 
teve B|ddour was once again elected President, "Maureen 
Henry - - Treasurer, Tom G; - Vice-President, and Kena Mello — Secretary. In our Senior year on the 

sports scene, the hockey team made the states for the first time. The Senior Class Play was Ma Hovanasian's 
30th, and, as always it was a hit. Jon Mulrooney stole the show in "Happy Daze" with Kristen Shiber giving an 
incredibly believable performance as his brat sister. . jc: ^^^^ 

The April showers this year brought three days out of school wRep, the biggest flood since '38 hit the^^ Bt- 
mack Valley. There were few complaints from students at this, but thej^wasan outcry wherWQr. Z. tried to nrV 
our fearless leader, Mr. Jarvis. We won't get into that here — but let it suffice to say that "the good doctor" 
succeeded. It is regrettable, but C'est la vie. We're almost outa here now. anyw ^^. I >. 

Having taken our final exams, we have left only Awards Night, The Prom, and last, but not least, Gracufcanon 

on Sunday, May 31. w ^ ' 3 It* «"~'^f Kh ^* 

The Class of 1987 fondly bidsVarewell to Methuen High School. 



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CLASS WILL 



Let it be known that we, the Class of 1987 of Methuen High School, bein£ 
realizing the uncertainties of life upon leaving these hallowed halls of learnii 
last will and testament: 

I, Gina, leave Danny my friendship for life and all the memories wi 
thanks ! 

I, Din-Pin, leave you, Matebu, all my love. 

We, Kristen, Jpsie, and Erin, leave Mr. Whiting one la 

We, the Class of 1987, leave Carol Hajali and Nicole Ca 



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map on how to get to school and stay there 



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We, the Class who had Mrs. Eckman as juniors, would like to leave her our analysis books, because ■ 
finished learning through osmosis, photosynthesis, or JLy other suclPprocess! 
I, Paula, leave Joe Parker a spare set of keys and a windshield wiper. 
Michelle and Paula leave Young a big hug! 
l^lPonna, leave Lisa the memories of breakfast at McDonald's. 
j^Michael, leave to Gina, a book of passes out of the building and a coupon b 
can try a new one every day at lunch! 



r. Lebowitz's homeroom, would like to leave hi 
can brush up on his memory skills, 
would also like to leave him a list of seniors who wor 
er, leave Robyn Abesamra a Toro snowblower so she can di 

$ sit 

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We, the unfortunate 
and "Memory" so 
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I, Michael Rad 
snow at her cotta, 
pi, Beth, leave Ke 
he's given me. 

Ei, L ynette, leave Al Arcila, Alan DiGennaro, Debbie Holland, and Alan Kenyo 
or "dare." /M 

3evony, leave Reese and Toni another night in Methuen Square taping; i 
■, the senior class, leave all of Mr. Ziminski's future classes pillows so they can sl< 
Terry Liccialfdi, leave Dan Kiley lunch money for the rest of his life/ 
Shannon, ldj&e Tracy, Holly, and Dorothy another interesting week in 
odd, leavejwfr. Pag a thousand^ aid one "good words" to impress his s idents wit P^ar- S* 

Mike DroiBi, I leave the remain! of my finger that I lost pn our school trip. 

k Debbie a dog food bowl full of ice water for the long hot summer ahead. ^ 

I, Laurie St. Jean, leave Erin a watch set an hour ahead so she'll always be on time. 
Valerie would like to leave Alan Kenyon two lunches. 
Hike, leave P'Lynn a case of Planter peanuts and a case of Diet Coke,-iif bottles. 
, Paul, leave Arthur Hardy and Marc Jordan two hair pieces to coy^f^nose a nnj 
I, Lynette, leave Debbie the good times we've had in the past, twelve years 
We, the fo fcxack teams leaveETrneT^^^r^alife^ize poster o^B 

Want To Be Just Like You." ^ ^^ 

We, Paul, Tom, Pete, Ed, and Mike leave Sean C. a castle in Bagdad^ 
• We, the senior football linemen, leave coach Golec this answer, "Yes 




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j^re, Kristen ancM[j:is, leave to all Erin's McGreevy's passengers, a very strong 
We, the sen^jjrfp^Teave "Rob Andrew a girlfriend who treats him right (he cfe 

I, Errrj^^PBlsten, SLY You Wish!! 

>enior class, leave Lisa O'Brien a gift certificate to Supercuts. 
I,*T)an Kiley, leave Shannon Vaughan a new leash and collar for Chris Wnek. 

I, Erin, leave Pam, Lynellen, Donna, Karen, Paula, etc., one more year at MHS you 

I, Shannon, leave all my friends the good times at Methuen High and the best of wishes for 



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CLASS PROPHECY 




Billy Caraccio and Chris Wnek won the Nobel Prize for their book "How to Steal Other People's Girlfriends." 

Lynda DiRamacca, Dana Farelli, Patty, Teddy McCabe and Al Arcila joined the Celtics and Lynda starts as center 

Special thanks to John Axford and Geoff Abraham for their contribution of Budweiser Beer now that they own their own 

brewery. 

Helen Park and Young Kim have now become fashion consultants and are now able to coordinate their outfits. 

Dickie Himmer and Brian Hadley are now teaching in a nursery school 

Sheryl Cormier went to war as the commanding Admiral of her own navy. 

Paula Gorrie lost her hair and opened a wig shop called "Mushrooms are Us." 

Jen Lavertue is still stuck in a 50's time warp. W M 

Jennifer Lumb is currently serving 5 years in prison for writing "I love Kevin" on bridges across the country. 

Sean Neel has replaced Gene Simmons in the rock group KISS. |1 

Dave Mullen, Eric Patnode and Billy Houser are stars in the remake of the movie "Hair." 

Randy Perillo has given a tuft of his hair to a laboratory which chemically reproduced it to create steel wool. 

Mike Naffah got a guest spot on the Muppets. 1 

Donna Therrien finally had her plastic bracelet surgically removed. i , 

Wendy Moran married Scott and they were asked to continue the Brady Bunch series. 

Chris Zannini starred in a Broadway play and sued when the lead actor dropped her in a fainting scene. 

Albert Arcila and Alan Kenyon are in the Guinness Book of World Records for owning the most Porsch 

to their recent success in their film "Butch and Sheila — The Movie." 

Michael Cronis now has a body to fill his muscle shirts. 

Alan DiGenarro and Joseph Campagna bought some gold leather tights and have a j9 

Joel Kurchian will be the president of the FAS club and Rob Denuzzio will handle all 

Aimee Levi and Larry Silva finally learned their senior schedule and know where their clas: 

Jo s re, Fr ago la ancLM-arCy W/iittaker opened their own lingerie shop with Laurie St. Jean an 

custom srsT^> 4'^ 

Steve Baddour and Ed Higginbottom tailed in life, so they join<^JM^MgpCorps and have hVver 1" 

Michelle Maillioux became a plastic surgeon and fixed Jascy^Aziz aS^raul Doherty's noses. 



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lexis Samra, Rena Mello, and Dawn Arsenault will retire at the age of 28, after becoming the best sanitary engineers i 
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e McGuire, Tom Douglas and Arthur Hardy joined the military forces where they were instrumental in starting a 

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Lori Baud i, Dan Kaminsky, Todd Couture and Jeff LaLiberty tried out for the Lawrence Welk Show and end 
just blowing bubbles. JjW ^ A ^^^ 

Dan Kiley is touring with Suli Ibraheem to show off their sexy legs. 

Dave Marcinkevich, Brian Pekarski, Gene Patnode, Marc Jordan, and Eric Sprague laid down their hockey si 
they weren't aggressive enough; they now play field hockey for a church organization. 
Kathy Hannagan is still going to Golden Fleece and the color of her skin still hasn't changed. 
Paul Ramirez became successful on his third book "How to make a car hold together w ith a roll of t 
Danny Forest and Dean Salvo finally made it to Boston Garden working at the concession stand. 
Kathy Lemiux, Donna Eaton, and Matt Kraunelis reunited as the Beatles and became their lead sidgers 
Jared Querengasser, Mark Laudani, and Jeff Corbitt became professional comedians and they pertojpi in night club; 
instead of applause they receive tomatoes 

Paul Monayer, Dave Sanderson, Jerel DeFrancesco opened their own pizza shop called RomjfSel 
Susan Gangi, Shannon Vaughan, and Kerri Brucato dropped out of beauty school to become construction workers. 
Tim Flanagan, Tim Keaney, Neil White, Mike Radamacher, and Mark Fyrer were able to take the training wheels off their 
bicycles this year. A 

Amy Rapoza, Tricia Dignam, and Lorri Garon became professional boxers and knocked out Mike Tyson in the 3rd. 
Michelle Speight, Anastaia Andromedas, Dawn Augusta, and Gina Contarino are learning to become famous chefs in 
Boston and cook for great leaders around the world. 

Dean Salvo and Billy Giblin opened their own store with 32 different flavors of steroids, 
t is said many members could not attend our reunion because they're still trying to pass English in summer school. 





VALEDICTORY 



1987 fj^ 
Keith Kerman 



Fellow students, distinguished guests, faculty members, parents and friends, 

As I address this last meeting of the Methuen High School Class of 1987, 1 think not only of our past 
but also of our future. Today signifies not only the end of our high school career, but also the sheltering 
of our youth. -^ 

Until now, we have had our teachers, guidance counselors, athletic coaches, and most importantly, 
our families to guide and protect us in our daily lives. Yet, as we now look forward to colleges, trade 
schools, or full-time employment, we must build upon the foundation of education which we received 
at Methuen High School and the values and lessons engendered by our families and friends and begin to 
carry the burdens and responsibilities of adulthood. 

Shortly, we will be receiving our diplomas, symbolizing the successful completion of our high school 
education. It is an accomplishment in which we can all take pride, and I'm sure we are all thankful that 
it is finally here. Yet, no longer will our success be measured by the creativity of our excuses for not 
arriving to class on time or our ability to complete a homework assignment while eating a doughnut and 
driving to school. 

Each of us will soon be measured by others and by ourselves through our future successes, whether it 
be in the development of careers or the raising of families. Yet, how does one achieve success? If I knew 
the answer to this age old question, I'd write a best-selling book and then I would be a success. 

I do know that success takes hard work, dedication, and perseverance. I also know that we all have the 
ability to succeed. Yet, why does it seem inevitable that some of us will succeed and others not? 

Perhaps, the answer can be found in the writings of Emily Dickinson. She writes: "Thine enemy may 
-.be thyself." — "Thine enemy may be thyself." & 

Could it be that we, as individuals, act as our fiercest enemy toward future success? 

Could it be that we allow our fears, our inhibitions, and our weaknesses, to diminish our enthusiasm, 
dampen our spirit, and limit our efforts? 

Could it be that our fear of failure too often prevents us from attempting to succeed? 

Could it be that while others sacrifice for their future, we too often sacrifice our futures through 
attempts to experience momentary pleasure? / 

Could it be that we too often blame others for our own shortcomings rather than having the courage 
to look to ourselves? 

Yes, thine enemy may indeed be thyself. Yet, only by recognizing and acknowledging the enemy 
within ourselves can we know in which direction to wield the sword and clear our path to the future. 

I'd just like^to end on a personal note. I am the last of 6 children in my family to graduate from 
Methuen High School. On behalf of my family and myself, we would like to thank publicly the teachers 
of the Methuen Public Schools, and in particular, the teachers of Methuen High School, for 23 years of 
dedicated, diligent and outstanding instruction and assistance. Farewell class of 1987. Good luck and 
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SHARING THE GIFT 

Members of the faculty, administration, parents, friends, and classmates — Welcome to the 
graduating ceremonies for the Methuen High School Class of 1987. 

When I first began thinking about topics for my address, I had some problems. I wasn't sure 
exactly what I wanted to say. I then thought about the different experiences I have had in high 
school and the things I felt that were most important to remember. I realized that it is not so 
much the events of these days that are important, but the days themselves. 

The times of high school are important. They are important because of what they bring — the 
time spent, the lessons learned. These are things which we must take with us into our future. 
The doors close behind us, we must use what we have learned to open new doors. It is important 
that we never take for granted the things we have been given — the gift of an education, memo- 
ries of happy times, and of opportunities for the future. These can never be taken from us. We 
must learn to use these gifts every day of our lives. It is not so important that we be great people, 
but rather that we be good people. We must share our education and our opportunities. We 
must be bold in reaching out to the people around us, to know their needs, and to use everything 
we have been given to respond to them. 

The fact remains that without the support of other people, not one of us would be standing 
here today. We must in turn support those who need our help. We must learn to be a class of 
givers — striving for excellence in whatever we may choose to do, not only for ourselves, but for 
the benefit of those around us. We must give something back to the environment that helped us 
grow to the point at which we now stand. 

And so we say good-bye to high school — and although it may seem as if this is the end of a 
period of happiness and growth in our lives, as the modern day philosopher Yogi Berra says — 
"It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings." 

Jonathan Mulrooney 
Salutatorian — 1987 




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HONOR ESSAY 




Members of the -faculty, administration, parents honored guests, friends, fellow classmates: 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once wrote: 

?s of great men all remind us 
can make our lives sublime 
And, departing, leave behind us 
Footprints on the sand of times. 
Each member of the graduating class of 1987 has left behind some footprints during his or her 
time spent a#Methuen High School. Along with the achievements we may have made as 
scholars, athletes, or leaders, all of us have left behind even deeper impressions on one another. 
The memories and friendships we leave each other have to be the most meaningful type- of foot- 
print. ever made in the sand. 

?lieve that we have learned a great deal from our classmates, and we have taug )ne an- 
?r many valuable lessons about life. Loyalty, consideration, and trust are only a few z 
manyjfine experiences that the members of this graduating class have shared. 
Ideally, tn strength of character and the capacity for caring that we have developed through 
'our frien d lips will carry over into our dealings with other people in the future. In a society 
where so rm :Ji emphasis is placed in "succeeding" in the sense of one's occupation or earnings, 
we must not 'ose sight of the fact that the most important thing in life is to be truly happy. Happi- 
ness is not such a difficult goal to achieve; to be happy we must simply be willing and 
Aare our success and failures, disappointments and expectations with other peopk 
successful but lonely eliminates a great part of joy. 

^The friendships we have made here at Methuen High School have been some of the mos 
(enjoyable and rewarding aspects of the past four years. In a sense, today, as we graduate, we are 
[not exchanging farewells, but rather we are leaving behind the impressions, or, if you will, t 
[footprints that we have made on one another throughout the years. 
phank you. 

Nancy Cianciolo 
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ACKNOWLEDGEME NTS 




Special thanks to the following people for their 

contribution to this yearbook: 

Mr. Guy Garon, Hunter Publishing Company 
Mr. Tom Barnes, Hunter Publishing Company 

Karen Zraket f±r%f\f\ 
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Michelle Sabatin 

Liesl Querengasse 

Kathy Farrell 

Eileen O'Connell 




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Mrs. Ellen Sicard 

Mrs. Marilyn Dufton 

Mrs. Marion Minahan 

Mrs. Lillian G. Hershfield 

Mrs. Ann Mane Krusell 

Mr. Joseph Salvo 

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